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US Stock commission in the first month

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Hi,

I'm new to here. I have a requisition regarding the commission of US stocks. If I have over 3 trades in the first month, do I need to pay $8 per trade?

If I read it correctly that no matter how many trades you made in the first month, you need you pay $8/trade  in the first 30 days?

Am I right?

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